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US Is Funding Syrian Rebels

The rhetorical question should be this. Why is the US funding Syrian rebels? Why must there be more foreign entanglement? Hasn’t there been enough damage in Libya, Iraq, and Afghanistan? How many bodies and lives need to be disrupted and displaced? Are these foreign policies working or are they failures? Why vote behind closed doors?

According to Reuters, “The weapons deliveries have been funded by the U.S. Congress, in votes behind closed doors, through the end of government fiscal year 2014, which ends on September 30, two officials said.’

The mass media wants the world to believe that the religious struggle is greater than it really is, and it seems as if the west is funding the violence to produce regime change. The media wants the public to believe that Bashar al-Assad, the President of Syria, is behind the revolution.

Assad is a member of the Alawites, a Shia based religion. He speaks fluent English and basic French. The Assad government is primarily sectarian.

“The Sunni refugees from Syria prove the international media wrong. Their experience shows that the Shia treat Sunnis as friends, while foreign militants stoke religious hatred and bring along nothing but devastation.” This is what a correspondent has stated in the news.

The ‘non-lethal’ aid to ‘moderate’ rebels is what the official storyline reads. Once again, no officials were available for comment.

There may be evidence that the US is supporting the Takfiri, a Muslim group that condones acts of violence.

Robert Baer, an American author and a former intelligence officer, wrote the following: “Takfiri generally refers to a Sunni Muslim who looks at the world in black-and-white; there are true believers and then there are nonbelievers, with no shades in between. A takfiri’s mission is to re-create the Caliphate according to a literal interpretation of the Qur’an.”

It appears that the US is acting in alliance with Saudi Arabia, France, the UK, Qatar, Kuwait, Israel and Turkey. The Lebanonization Strategy continues forward.

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